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Magrabi Hospitals & Centers
Airport Raod, Balad, Al Madinah Al Munawarah
Landmark Mowasat Hospital
Founded in 1955, Magrabi Hospitals & Centers has evolved from a simple eye hospital in Jeddah, the first private specialized facility in the Middle East and Africa, to become the largest and first sub-specialized medical care network in the region, providing eye care to more than 500,000 patients and doing more than 50,000 sight preserving surgeries annually. In the late 1970's, Magrabi decided to strengthen its position of regional leadership by acquiring ENT and Dentistry practices. With this strategic move, Magrabi Hospitals & Centers further penetrated the region, combining its heritage and experience in other medical fields. In 1997, Magrabi Hospitals & Centers associated in partnership with AMI Saudi Arabia Limited (established in 1980 by The American Medical International Company that is one of the largest hospital management companies in the USA). In 2009, IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has partnered with Magrabi Hospitals & Centers to expand private eye care in MENA region, to address the need for high-quality ophthalmology services, and to bring world-class clinical and patient care to underdeveloped markets in the region. These two partnerships managing our hospitals in accordance with highest standards of service quality and patient safety. Magrabi Hospitals & Centers has been expanding to cover more of the Middle East & Africa, including 32 hospitals and centers, 8 of which are charitable, in nine countries. Magrabi ophthalmology team includes 300 physicians and 600 nurses. The facilities host 40 operating theaters. Over the years, MAGRABI Hospitals & Centers has become a symbol for excellence in the Eye, ENT and Dentistry care fields for its heritage, the most skilled internationally trained doctors, exceptional services, state-of-the-art technology and ultra modern facilities offering world-class healthcare.
Takhasusi Intersection with King Abdulaziz, Al Rabiah Dist., Riyadh
Kingdom Hospital, located in Al Rabie Quarter, Takkassosi street, in the northern part of Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, is one of Saudi Arabia's latest and most extensively equipped private hospitals. It is one of the remarkable achievements of HRH Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Al Saud, who is always keen to support the Saudi economy. Kingdom Hospital started to provide comprehensive medical services of high calibre in March 2000. Latest clinical and therapeutic technology known worldwide has been introduced to provide quality care services. The hospital opened officially in Shawwal 1421 (January 2001) under the patronage of Crown Prince, HRH prince Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz merged with Consulting Clinics in 14 October 2002. This merger, the first event of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, produced a complementary medical services project that provides sophisticated and distinguished medical care. Kingdom Hospital provides all types of consultations and therapeutic services, utilising state-of-the-art equipment. Kingdom Hospital is comprised of many specialised medical departments including but not limited to Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Surgery, not to mention the Pain Management Center and a Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Unit, which is the first private Rehabilitation Center in Riyadh. The Emergency Room and Intensive Care Units in KH are the first units to run in line with the standards of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Category(s): Hospitals, Hospitals Management & Medical Services Consultants